Daily Archives: 23 April 2018

GeE 15: The Grace of Baptism

Many parishes observed a Vocations Sunday this past weekend. The truth is that Baptism is the original sacrament for vocations. It is in Baptism that the deepest sanctity is begun. The Holy Father recognizes this: 15. Let the grace of … Continue reading

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VNO 47: For The Grace Of A Happy Death

Perhaps related to the previous VNO Mass, we look at the celebration of the Eucharist “For the Grace of a Happy Death.” A funeral gathers many friends as well as family. Outside of large cities, I’m not sure there are … Continue reading

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Aparecida 404: The Role of Business For Justice

There is a thought that businesses can act out of a larger sense of virtue as well as the profit motive. A positive nod to those who act well: 404. We offer our encouragement to business people who manage large … Continue reading

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On My Bookshelf: Cold Welcome

Earlier this week I finished Elizabeth Moon’s Cold Welcome. Ms Moon has one outstanding book that’s graced my bookshelf. I enjoyed the series that followed her strong female character through a series of military adventures in space, though I found it … Continue reading

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